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House Competiton

Southam College are running a HOUSE competition as part of our celebrations during Global Virtues week. We would like all students to enter at least one picture they have taken which illustrates a ‘celebration of our lives’.

All entries receive HAPS and the winning polaroid wins family tickets to the Belgrade Theatre to see ‘In the Willows’.

We must receive all entries by Wednesday 27th February.

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Year 10 Football

Southam Cruise to a comfortable win over Kineton

The Yr 10 football team produced an impressive display over an under-strength Kineton team yesterday. With both teams down to 10 players, there was lots of space on the pitch, and we were able to exploit it as earlier as the first minute when Lennon C. broke through the Kineton defence to finish low into the bottom corner.

This set the tone for the game, and although Kineton did manage to mount a few attacks and force some saves from Callum V in goal, they were always comfortable. Southam were 4-0 up at the break with a further 2 from Lennon and a Corbin M. debut goal.

Southam took alittle longer to establish control in the 2nd half, failing to get the ball down on the deck under control, but once their passing game was back, the goals quickly followed. Joe W. added a brace of well taken goals and Lennon C. completed his rout with 6 individual goals.

We have another game next week against Campion away and need a ful complement of squad members for that one. Please could everyone sign up on the teamsheets.


Year 10 Netball

Southam v Bloxham
A tough opposition this evening, Southam however, started off extremely strong. Amazing shooting from E.Cumberbatch, with some excellent work bringing the ball up the court from I.Fairhurst, S.Costa and B.Crump. K.Black had an outstanding first half at GD/GK, this was the best I’d seen her play – brilliant marking of the attack and intercepting the ball regularly!
S.Costa read the game well and consistently pressured the C of Bloxham, forcing errors from the opposition. A.Lyle came on and continued the shooting success from quarter 1 as Southam looked to be in control of the game.
O.Constable and R.Hill pressured the attack with C.Furey jumping to outstanding heights as WD to block feeds into the circle. C.Wain had some lovely movements in the circle as she teamed up with A.Lyle and E.Cumberbatch.
As third quarter hit, Southam began to tire and Bloxham started to show more consistent play. Unfortunately for the girls, we gave away possession with simple mistakes and Bloxham used this to capitalise their goal difference.
A tough match with lots of positives and a few things to improve. Final score 28-17. Well done to the whole team, looking forward to representing Southam at the County Tournament at the end of Feb!
Miss MacLachlan
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